9 minutes, al dente
Emmer, known as farro in Italy, was domesticated in the Southern Fertile Crescent and cultivated in ancient times throughout the Middle East and Old Europe. It was the only wheat used in ancient Egypt and was used to make the first matzah. Emmer is higher in crude protein than bread wheat but has low dough extensibility, emmer dough does not stretch and rise like bread wheat; for that reason emmer makes excellent pasta.
All dried food orders are packed in home compostable brown paper bags.
Food labels can be recycled.
Some food items contain natural oils which may be absorbed by the brown paper bags. These food items will be double bagged to prevent natural oils seeping through onto other items, however, this may still occur.
We recommend putting your dried food items in airtight or semi airtight containers to retain freshness.
Please know that we do everything we can to avoid cross contamination. However, due to the nature of selling unpacked goods, we cannot guarantee everything nut free or gluten free.